9:00 - 17:00
Last entry at 16:30
from november 2018
Informative flight up to 15 minutes - 2.000 RSD
Pilot training for 60 minutes - 8.000 RSD
- Tribine - 20 years later Guests: Nikola Šainović, Zoltan Dani, Avram Izrael, Miroslav Lazanski, Djordje Ivanov. Oranized bus transportation form Studentski trg at 17:15
- 6th Marketplace of ideas Školski sajam kulturu. Petak, 29.3.2019. od 10 do 16 časova Jugoslovenska kinoteka, Uzun Mirkova 1
- Exhibition Craft and Art Exhibition of Metalartist and Metod Art artist in Sunday, 9.12.18. at 12:00
The first Serbian, and also Yugoslav, sport balloon was Jat’s hot air balloon Viva-77 Sport. This balloon, with a volume of 2190 cubic meters, manufactured in October 1987, by the American company Cameron Balloons Inc., was as of January 1991 in the possession of Aero Club Jat. In June 1991, it received a flying permit with the designation YU-AOE.
Immediately upon registration, the training of the first crew began: pilot Milomir Stošković, balloon master Petar Kasunić, operators of the balloon mouth Mira Paskota and Dušica Petrović and the operator of balloon top Nedeljko Todorović, all members of the Section for Aircrafts-lighter-than-air of the Jat Air Club.
Last flight of the balloon was performed in September 2004, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Politika. Upon expiration of resources, the balloon was transferred to the Aviation Museum, complete with equipment and documentation.
This feat and many others, Aleksic recorded in his movie "Nevinost bez zaštite" (Innocence unprotected) wich was filmed during the occupation and the premiere was show in Belgrade cinemas in 1942. This movie was the first soud feature made in Yugoslavia.
We are greatful to crew "FlyingCam" and Mrs Mak Zoltan on unusualy recorded movie in the museum exibition.
Minister of Transport of FR Yugoslavia Jože Slokar, was officially opened for the public a new building and an exhibition of the Aeronautical Museum in Belgrade, on the day of Yugoslav Air Force, on 21 May 1989.With the attractive flight program and the presence of high ranking civilian and military invitees the Museum opened its doors. Approximately 6.000 visitors that day visited the newly opened exhibition.